WASHINGTON, D.C.— Terry Henderson didn’t see enough fire out of his team during West Virginia’s second-half collapse at Georgetown on Tuesday night.
“We weren’t hungry as a team, and we should have been,” the sophomore guard said. “It’s win or go home.”
Home was where the Mountaineers headed after a 77-65 loss ended a one-and-done stint in the NIT.
Henderson scored 11 of his 13 points after the half, doing most of his scoring damage as West Virginia’s final game of the season was unraveling.
“It hurts,” he said. “I hope everybody remembers this sour taste in their mouths and comes back ready for next season.”
Click the video to hear more postgame comments from Henderson, whose 28 minutes were the most he played in his three games since returning from an illness.